Interview: Trifkovic fights for free speech in Canada
By Boba Borojevic | Feb 28, 2011
Dr. Srdja Trifkovic, a scholar, author, and foreign affairs editor at Chronicles Magazine, was invited to speak at the University of British Columbia on February 24. His visit was vocally opposed by various Bosnian-Muslim lobbying groups, including one that calls itself the Institute for Research of Genocide of Canada.
Dr. Trifkovic was detained on arrival at Vancouver and some hours later sent back to the U.S. on the basis of apparently bogus accusations. The only people who have reason to “ban” him are those who seek, through lies, deceit and intimidation, to make our Canadian society less free and less open. CKCU 93.1 FM Monday’s Encounter has contacted Dr. Trifkovic upon his return to Chicago in order to find out the reason behind his deportation from Canada.
Opdatering 7. marts 2011 fra The American Thinker - Robert Spencer har skrevet en artikel, hvori han tager afstand fra antisemitiske bemærkninger fremsat af Trifkovic. Spencer anerkender også, at Trifkovic er Israel-støtte:
As for Srdja Trifkovic, I am aware of his pro-Israel activity, as well as his paradoxically antisemitic statements
Opdatering 13. marts 2011 – se også denne fra Vdare:
Trifkovic vs. Spencer: Another Neocon Purge by Paul Gottfried
Opdatering 18. marts 2011 fra Chronicles Magazine:
Barred From Canada: An Update
March 17th, 2011 • by Srdja Trifkovic
On March 3 Ambassador James Bissett had a letter published in Alberta’s premier daily, the Edmonton Journal, taking issue with an “assistant adjunct” professor [sic!] at the University of Alberta who had voiced support for the cancellation of my lectures at UBC and UofA because of my “denial of genocide” at Srebrenica:
Mere HER i Chronicles Magazine